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    Bayer Drugged Hemophiliacs With HIV
    A division of the pharmaceutical giant Bayer (that makes
    Aspirin) in the 1980s sold a medicine to Asia and Latin
    America that carried a high risk of transmitting AIDS while it more...
    was selling a new, safer product in the west close


    Bayer Aspirin Hiv Aids Hemophiliacs Killing Dead Medicine Pharmceutical_company





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    Your search for SUITS AND LITIGATION in Bayer A.G. returned 36 articles

    ARTICLES ABOUT BAYER A.G.
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    AP
    LEAD: Bayer A.G., the giant West German chemical company, said today that it had been sued over its sale of hemophilia drugs that may have been infected with the AIDS virus.

    March 18, 1987 Health News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS), HEMOPHILIA, DRUGS AND DRUG TRADECOMPANY NEWS; Sterling Drug Sues Bayer of Germany
    By BLOOMBERG BUSINESS NEWS
    Sterling Drug Inc., a unit of the Eastman Kodak Company, said it was suing Bayer A.G., the German drug maker, over the use of the Bayer name in the United States. Sterling lists Bayer aspirin among its products and has an agreement with Bayer A.G., dating back to 1964, limiting the German company's use of the name in this country. The agreement was amended in 1986 to allow Bayer A.G. limited American use of the name, but Sterling contends the German company has overstepped the bounds of the revi...

    July 4, 1991 News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: TRADEMARKS AND TRADE NAMES, ASPIRIN, EASTMAN KODAK CO, STERLING DRUG INC Net Off for Bayer of Germany
    Bayer A.G., inventor of the Bayer aspirin, reported a big drop in profits today, but said it could not issue its figures in the United States, where a court ruling prevents the company from operating under its own name. Bayer said second-quarter earnings fell 11.5 percent, to 942 million German marks, or $662.1 million. That compared with 1.07 billion marks, or $748.6 million, a year earlier.

    August 26, 1992 News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: NAMES, ORGANIZATIONAL, COMPANY REPORTSWORLD NEWS BRIEFS;Settlement Is Reported On AIDS Virus in Japan
    AP
    The Health and Welfare Ministry and five drug companies have agreed to a court-proposed settlement of suits brought by Japanese who contracted the AIDS virus from contaminated blood products, ministry officials said today. The lawsuits were brought in 1989 by about 400 infected hemophiliacs who claimed the Government continued to allow use of unheated blood products in Japan after it knew that heat treatment killed the AIDS virus.

    March 14, 1996 World News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS), HEMOPHILIA, BAXTER INTERNATIONAL INC, GREEN CROSS CORP, CHEMO SEROTHERAPEUTIC RESEARCH INSTITUTE, NIPPON ZOKI PHARMACEUTICAL CO, JAPANBlood, Money and AIDS: Hemophiliacs Are Split;Liability Cases Bogged Down in Disputes
    By BARRY MEIER
    Last December, Corey Dubin, a hemophiliac infected with the virus that causes AIDS, met for lunch at a Carrow's restaurant in Camarillo, Calif., with John Bacich, the president of a Baxter International Inc. unit that makes blood-clotting products. Mr. Dubin, like an estimated 6,000 to 10,000 hemophiliacs nationwide, became infected with H.I.V. after receiving a tainted clotting substance made by Baxter and three other companies in the late 1970's and early 1980's. Hundreds of victims h...

    June 11, 1996 Business News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS), CLASS-ACTION SUITS, HEMOPHILIA, BLOOD, BAXTER INTERNATIONAL INC, RHONE-POULENC RORER INC, ALPHATHERAPEUTIC CORPJudge Approves AIDS Settlement
    Federal District Judge John Grady gives preliminary approval to $640 million settlement of claims against drug companies Bayer AG, Baxter International, Rhone-Poulenc and Green Cross Corp of Japan accused of knowingly selling AIDS-tainted clotting products to hemophiliacs; people with hemophilia who are HIV-infected from using blood-clotting products between 1979 and 1985, or their survivors, are to get roughly $100,000 each under the deal

    August 15, 1996 Business News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS), CLASS-ACTION SUITS, HEMOPHILIA, DECISIONS AND VERDICTS, LIABILITY FOR PRODUCTS, GRADY, JOHN, BAXTER INTERNATIONAL INC, GREEN CROSS CORP, RHONE-POULENC RORERDrug Makers' AIDS Offer Gains Support
    Drug companies report over 90% of eligible hemophiliacs have accepted their $640 million offer to settle claims that blood-clotting products they used were infected with AIDS virus; companies involved are Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Inc, Bayer AG, Baxter International Inc and Alpha Therapeutic Corp, Green Cross unit

    October 25, 1996 Business News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS), CLASS-ACTION SUITS, HEMOPHILIA, BLOOD, BAXTER INTERNATIONAL INC, ALPHA THERAPEUTIC CORP, GREEN CROSS CORP, RHONE-POULENC RORER INCDrug Companies to Pursue AIDS Settlement
    Four pharmaceutical companies say they decided to proceed with settlement with thousands of hemophiliacs who contended they were infected with AIDS virus from blood-clotting products; companies have proposed paying $620 million to 6,200 hemophiliacs; offer has been accepted by all but 540 of the victims; companies are Bayer Corp, Baxter International Inc, unit of Rhone Poulenc SA and Alpha Therapeutic Corp unit of Green Cross Corp

    November 26, 1996 Business News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME (AIDS), HEMOPHILIA, BLOOD, BAXTER INTERNATIONAL INC, ALPHA THERAPEUTIC CORP, GREEN CROSS CORP, RHONE-POULENC SA4 Drug Companies Ordered to Pay Hemophiliacs
    Bayer AG, Green Cross Corp, Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Inc and Baxter International Inc, drug manufacturers whose blood products were said to have infected thousands of hemophiliacs with virus that causes AIDS in early 1980's, will pay about $670 million in settlement approved by Federal District Judge John Grady; companies admit no wrongdoing

    May 8, 1997 Business News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: ACQUIRED IMMUNE DEFICIENCY SYNDROME, HEMOPHILIA, BLOOD, DECISIONS AND VERDICTS, GRADY, JOHN, BAXTER INTERNATIONAL INC, GREEN CROSS CORP, RHONE-POULENC RORER INC Big Citric Acid Buyers Sue Archer Daniels
    Procter & Gamble Co, Philip Morris Companies' Kraft Co Foods unit, the Quaker Oats Co and Schreiber Foods Inc have sued Archer Daniels Midland Co and other makers of citric acid to recover overcharges from price-fixing conspiracy; suit also names Bayer AG's Haarmann & Reimer subsidiary, Roche Holdings AG's Hoffmann-LaRoche subsidiary and Jungbunzlauer Inc

    June 10, 1997 Business News
    MORE ON BAYER A.G. AND: ANTITRUST ACTIONS AND LAWS, PRICES (FARES, FEES AND RATES), CITRIC ACID, ARCHER DANIELS MIDLAND CO, QUAKER OATS CO, JUNGBUNZLAUER INC, KRAFT FOODS INC, SCHREIBER FOODS INC, HOFFMANN-LA ROCHE INC, PHILIP MORRIS COMPANIES INC, ROCHE HOLDING AG, PROCTER & GAMBLE CO, HAARMANN & REIMER CORP
     
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